Top 10 Black Teas in China, Best Black Teas in China

Many people only know black tea, but they do not know that black tea can also be subdivided into multiple varieties. Do you know what are the most famous black teas in China, and what are the top ten varieties of black teas? this will share the list of the top ten black teas in China, and take some people who don't know black tea to see the ranking of the best black teas in China.

1. Lapsang Souchong, the black tea ranked first in China, the black tea of Fujian Province, is the originator of black tea in the world. After brewing, the soup is red in color and strong in aroma, with pine smoke
Fragrant, mellow taste, with longan soup flavor. Jin Junmei is the representative of Lapsang Souchong, which is the best black tea.

2.Yuehong Gongfu, produced in Shaoxing, Zhuji, Shengxian and other counties in Zhejiang Province, is famous for its beautiful appearance of "tight and straight, heavy and even, sharp and clear, and high clarity".

3.Chuanhong Gongfu, produced in Yibin, Sichuan Province and other places, is black and oily in color, and has a fresh inner aroma with a dry sugar aroma.

4.Jiuqu red plum, produced in Zhoupu Township, Xihu District, is a treasure in black tea. The shape is as thin as a fish hook, and the color is more pekoe. After brewing, the taste is rich, the aroma is fragrant, the soup color is bright, and the bottom of the leaves is red.

5.Ninghong Gongfu, produced in Xiushui County, Jiangxi Province and other places, is tight and fine, with exposed front and seedlings, slightly red tendons, black and oily. After brewing, it is fresh and rich, fresh, mellow and sweet, the soup is red and bright, and the bottom of the leaves is red and tender with many buds.

6.Minhong Gongfu is the collective name for the three types of black teas, "Zhenghe Gongfu, Tanyang Gongfu, and Bailin Gongfu", all of which are specialty products of Fujian. Although the three kinds of Gongfu black tea are different in origin, variety, quality and style, they are all prosperous for a hundred years without decline.

7.Qimen black tea, produced in Qimen County, Anhui Province, has the unique quality of "high fragrance, mellow taste, beautiful shape and bright color". After brewing, the aroma is fragrant, with the aroma of candy and orchid; the soup is red and bright, and the taste is dry and mellow.

8.Yihong Gongfu, produced in the Wuling Mountains and Daba Mountains, is called Yihong because it was distributed and processed in Yichang in ancient times. The inner quality is fresh and mellow, and the soup color is red and bright with the characteristics of 'cold and muddy'. It is one of the high-quality Gongfu black teas in my country.

9.Huhong Gongfu, produced in Anhua and Taoyuan, Hunan, has a mellow, full-bodied taste and rich aroma. Jingde black tea is the representative of Huhong Gongfu. In the history of tea in China, there was a prosperous scene in which "Huhong", "Qihong" and "Jianhong" were three pillars.

10.Dianhong Gongfu is produced in Lincang, Baoshan, Fengqing, Xishuangbanna, Dehong and other places in the south and southwest of Yunnan Province. The tea buds are strong and leafy, and the golden hair is exposed. After brewing, the soup is red and bright, the taste is strong and fresh, the aroma is high and lasting, and the bottom of the leaves is red and bright.

To sum up, the top 10 black tea rankings include Zhengshan Souchong, Yuehong Gongfu, Chuanhong Gongfu, Jiuqu Hongmei, Minhong Gongfu (Zhenghe Gongfu, Tanyang Gongfu, He Bailin)
Gongfu), Qimen black tea, Yihong Gongfu, Huhong Gongfu and Dianhong Gongfu.

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